After a successful trip to Edinburgh, the NQ Photography class travelled to the other side of Scotland to visit Glasgow.
The 21st of April started off cold and windy but did not put us off.
We started by walking along the riverside where the grey skies were evident. By the time we reached the Riverside museum the sun was breaking through.
When we had our fill of interior and exterior images, as well as portraits by window light, we walked to Kelvingrove Art Gallery.
The images taken will help to form part of the students Media unit and spending class-time on location is great experience.
A tip for those who want to use public buildings for location shoots;
Make contact with the person in charge before you go, asking permission to use the building. This could be by email but I prefer to go in person. This lets them see who you are and you can explain things easier face to face.
Not all locations will be accommodating but if the answer is no, it will pay in the long run to be be courteous.